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Robert E. Lee - voják, politik, symbol

Authors: Khás, Petr;

Robert E. Lee - voják, politik, symbol

Abstract

The aim of my study is to describe the life and fate of American General Robert E. Lee. The work is divided into three blocks. In the first block I describe the life of Robert E. Lee before the Civil War. In the second block I describe Lee's role in the Civil War. The third block mapps Lee's post-war life and space is also devoted to the origin and significance of Lee's cult.

Cílem mojí práce je popsat život a osudy amerického generála Robert E. Leeho. Práce je rozdělena do tří bloků. V prvním bloku je popsán život Roberta E. Leeho do začátku občanské války. Ve druhém bloku je popsána Leeova role za občanské války. Ve třetím bloku je zmapován Leeův poválečný život a prostor je věnován také vzniku a významu Leeho kultu.

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mexican-american war, battle of Gettysburg, kult Lee, Konfederované státy americké, battle of Chancellosrville, 19th century, civil war, reconstruction era, historie, West Point, United States of America, rekonstrukce Jihu, battle of Antietam, Spojené státy americké, Armáda severní Virginie, battle of Fredericksburg, Army of northern Virginia, bitva u Antietamu, Confederate States of America, americko-mexická válka, Virginia, 19. století, bitva u Chancellorsville, bitva u Gettysburgu, cult Lee, bitva u Fredericksburgu, history, občanská válka

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